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You could always use "frat bro's/sis'" ahahahaaa!
----The next sentence is true. The previous sentence is false----
Isn't it time for High Tea. Take a Break (yuk)
----please, draw me a sheep----
Graduating class only covers those in your same class. kbear is looking for anyone in a seven year span, so if he is in the class of '12 it would include everyone from the class of '09 to the class of '15. Cohort seems to have the same problem.
Contemporary? Maybe not. I thought the word could something-ary.
I don't know of any individual term that includes this idea, but then I don't know every term in the British terminology. There may well be a term that includes this idea but is only used by some little part of the individuals protected by the phrase.
When you actually have *nothing to add... to a conversation that took place over two years ago... you've shown your vanity. Once again. Yawn!
Last edited by musick; 05/09/13 08:31 PM.
gosh, musick, we seem to have a continuing problem/issue here!
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